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Vail Cabin Rentals in the Pando Valley

The Pando Cabins are located at historic Camp Hale, 15 miles away from Vail and Beaver Creek and just 10 minutes away from Ski Cooper. During World War II, Camp Hale was the location for the 10th Mountain Army Division’s winter maneuver training. The area is now listed on the National Historic Register.Our Vail cabin rentals are built of log and all contain 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, full kitchen and fireplace and satellite TV. The bedrooms are furnished with a queen-size bed. The cabins are nestled amongst pine trees and each has its own deck. The views are incredible and many activities are available steps away from your front door.Our cabin guests receive a 20% discount on most Nova Guides activities.
Pets are welcome and there is a one-time additional charge of $20 per pet.
For reservations, call 719.486.2656.

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Standard Cabin Rates

1 night minimum

1 – 2 Guests: $225 per night
3 – 4 Guests: $300 per night
4.5% Tax & 7% Resort Fee

Winter Holiday Rates

3 night minimum

1 – 2 Guests: $325 per night
3 – 4 Guests: $400 per night
4.5% Tax & 7% Resort Fee

Holiday Dates are:
November 24-29, 2017
December 16, 2017 – January 4, 2018
February 13–16, 2018
April 3-5, 2018

We promote a smoke-free environment.
For reservations, call 719.486.2656

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Summer Holiday Rates

3 night minimum

1 – 2 Guests: $325 per night
3 – 4 Guests: $400 per night
4.5% Tax & 7% Resort Fee

Holiday Dates are:
Memorial Day will be May 26-29, 2018
4th of July will be June 29 – July 5, 2018
Labor Day will be September 1-4, 2018

 

To book a cabin call our reservations desk at 719-486-2656.

McAllister’s Grill is open during our regular summer and winter seasons and does close from time to time in the off season, always ask to check if our on site restaurant will be open during your stay.

"Lucas was awesome, very personable while making sure everyone was safe. The snowmobiles were in great condition and were simple to operate. Handle bar and passenger grip warmers really work. The scenery and history of the area is worth your time and money. Take a break from skiing, get away from the crowds, have hot chocolate and cookies half way through your tour, and definitely bring the kids. Sign up for a tour and they pick you up and drop you off were you're staying, even the drivers are friendly and knowledgeable." David